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Foreign Objects, First Aid

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Foreign Objects, First Aid

A small foreign object in the skin, like a splinter, or piece of glass, can usually be removed safely. First aid should be administered only by trained and authorized personnel who are able to provide a primary assessment and basic medical aid using accessible supplies. This safety topic provides basic safety tips if someone has a foreign object in their skin, eye, nose, ear or is choking.

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic that provides basic safety tips if someone has a foreign object in their skin, eye, nose, ear or is choking.

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